Pay workers their salaries and pensions now- Faleke urges Bello

Deputy Governorship Candidate to the late Prince Abubakar Audu in the 2015 Governorship election in Kogi State,


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Pay workers their salaries and pensions now- Faleke urges Bello
Governor Bello

Deputy Governorship Candidate to the late Prince Abubakar Audu in the 2015 Governorship election in Kogi State, Hon. James Abiodun Faleke has appealed to Bello led Kogi State Government to pay civil servants and pensioners their entitlements to enable Muslim brothers and sisters perform the Ramadan fast with ease.

 

Our Kogi State Correspondent reports that the appeal is contained in a press statement released in Lokoja Thursday, May 9.

 

According to Faleke, the call is altruistic and apolitical, urging Governor Yahaya Bello to avoid politicization of his appeal, particularly during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

 

The APC Chieftain congratulated Muslim faithful for witnessing yet another blessed month of consecration and blessings.

 

“This month of Ramadan symbolizes an environment of peace, harmony and equality, besides emphasizing on charity. Ramadan fasting signifies disciplined life, unity among the people and rendering help to the poor and needy”.

 

Faleke observed, "In this blessed month, we all have opportunities to reflect on the blessings we have been given and work toward greater fellowship with one another. 

 

Together, in the spirit of Ramadan, we can achieve a more harmonious and respectful society."

 

He advised Muslim faithful to imbibe the virtues of tolerance, brotherliness, care for the needy and self-discipline.

 

While requesting prayers for the rescue and restoration of Kogi State, the lawmaker prayed to Allah to give Muslim brothers and sisters the strength and every needed energy during the Holy Month of Ramadan.



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Odimayo Olatunde Frederick
graduate of Mass Communication and Kogi State Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper
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